WATCH: QL visits Turkey Expo Qatar 2019

By QL Videos

Turkey Expo Qatar opened its gates yesterday (16th January), and will run until Friday, 18th January, 2019 at Doha Exhibition and Convention Center (DECC).

In this latest episode of We Are Qatar, our team member Shaun asked visitors to identify different landmarks if they can be found in Turkey or in Qatar.

The three-day exhibition aims to promote the strategic cooperation between Qatar and Turkey, and emphasises on strengthening economic ties between the two countries.

This year, the Expo will feature more than 150 chief companies from Turkey who will get together with Qatari investors, businessmen and opinion leader authorities.

Turkey Expo Qatar is bringing together 7 major industries with more than 3,000 professionals and 10,000 visitors.

The first edition of Turkey Expo Qatar was held from 19 to 21 April, 2017 with more than 1,600 registered meetings. 150 companies and institutions from a various industries took part such as real estate, furniture, decoration, IT and construction materials.

Visitors have visited the exhibition primarily for the purpose of direct investment and purchasing or for joint ventures and business partnerships. Companies attending from Turkey sold even their products exhibited, while the institutions have signed productive, long-term and successful deals.

Visit Turkey Expo Qatar in the grand atmosphere of Doha and meet with the senior officials of exquisite brands, companies and products from Turkey that are willing to maintain or enhance the investment options and trade volume with Qatar.

 

Exhibition hours:

Entrance: 15:00 – Exit: 22:00

To find out more about Turkey Expo Qatar 2019, visit www.expoturkeybyqatar.com.

Qatar Living is also proud to be the exclusive media partner for Turkey Expo Qatar 2019.

 

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